Daringbadi (110 km)
Balaskumpa (18 km):
The place is famous for the temple of Goddess Barala Devi. It is also a scenic spot attracting large numbers of picnickers.
Kotagarh (140 km):
It is popular for its National Park and wildlife sanctuary.
Charisambhu (85 km):
It is known as Jagati, the temple of Lord Charisambhu Ananta Vishnu.
Putudi (15 km):
Located in an incredible landscape, Putudi is famous for a charming waterfall on river Sulunki, which falls from the height of 60 feet.
Pilasalunki (225 km):
The dam was constructed with the objective of combating the recurring sudden gushes of rain water.
Chakapad (225 km):
A place of intense religious activity, it is renowned for the leaning Shiva Temple of Lord Birupaksha. The place is also famous for leaning trees.
Jalespata (80 km):
It is famous for Siva linga.
Dungi (95 km):
Located on Phulbani-Berhampur road, Dungi is a famous historical and archaeological site in Kandhmal district. The place is famous for congregation of Shivalingas in a compact area.
Belghar (130 km):
Located in Balliguda sub-division, the place is frequented by wildlife lovers or viewing colourful wildlife, especially elephants. It is inhabited by Kutia kondhs, considered to be the descendants of primitive tribes in the area.
Baudh (70 km):
The district headquarters of the newly formed Boudh district, it is a place with a great cultural heritage. The presence of a huge Buddha image has carved out a niche for the place in the Buddhist Map of Odisha. Buddhism was prevalent in Boudh in between 9th to 12th centuries. The place was the centre of various religious movements of the past. The Buddhist shrine where Lord Buddha is seated in Padmasana still stands testimony to the historic past. Temples like Matangeswari are Hanuman are the added attractions of the place.